D-EYE portable retinal
The remarkable D-EYE Vet, a portable retinal imaging system for animals
D-EYE Vet turns a smartphone into a portable retinal camera, capable of recording and transmitting high-definition photos and videos of the posterior of animal eyes for clinical assessment.
A valuable tool in animal health
The innovative D-EYE Vet system allows regular screenings of animals’ eyes, providing information about noticeable eye diseases and capturing images for further evaluation of specific medical conditions.
D-EYE Vet can be used as an eye scanner for dogs, cats, rabbits and other small animals, as well as horses, falcons and more.
Creating a lasting impression in pet eye care
The only truly portable ophthalmoscope capable of recording, storing and transmitting high-definition images and video of the eye. D-EYE Vet travels with you.
Familiar smartphone format
Portable - requires no external power or lighting
Non-invasive; easy and ergonomic; noiseless
Excellent for assessing a variety of animals and eye diseases
Record multiple high-definition video and still images per screening
Screen anywhere; archive, store and share with colleagues
Share before and after images with clients
Use with animals of nearly all sizes and in all settings
FDA and CE Registered
The unique, patent-pending D-EYE retinal screening system is registered with both the United States Food and Drug Administration and the European Union CE authority:
- U.S. Food and Drug Administration, PJZ Ophthalmic camera regulation number 886.1120 class 2 510(K) exempt
- CE, Medical Device Directive 93/42/CEE class I.
The D-EYE lens covers the camera aperture and LED light source of the smartphone to turn the phone into a retinal imaging tool. The examiner uses the D-EYE app on the smartphone display to enter patient information, focus the retinal camera, and record, archive, view and transmit images.
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Actual images taken with the D-EYE portable fundus camera.
These are just some of the conditions that the D-EYE can detect.